We check in with 1966, Unca Beel, and some very embarrassed cavemen and astronauts.
Three flops and a hit in 1966, the latter involving "Diamonds…Daisies…Snowflakes”.
Three more of 1965’s sitcoms are heard from—and you’d have to be a dummkopf not to know the biggest one.
It’s monsters and Marines as 1964’s sitcoms roll on.
Another set of 1964’s sitcoms are heard from, one of which is both ooky and spooky.
1964’s sitcoms continue with four flops, including No Time For Sergeants and Wendy and Me.
We wrap up 1963's sitcoms and move on to 1964, including My Favorite Martian.
1963's sitcoms roll on, although we're moving kind of slow (at the Junction).
We continue with the sitcoms of 1963, and let’s just say identical cousins are involved.
1962 sitcoms roll on, including Lucy’s second series and Gene Kelly’s only series.
We wrap up 1961 and move into 1962, including The Hathaways and It's a Man's World.
1961 sitcoms roll on, with a milestone and a coda for a pioneer.
We continue with the sitcoms of 1961 (there were a lot of them), including Mister Ed.
961’s sitcoms roll on, including Car 54, The Joey Bishop Show, and Hazel.
We hit a bit of a dry spell with five “one and done” series including Peter Loves Mary.
We cover two "one season and done" shows of 1960, as well as the long-running My Three Sons.
We continue with the sitcoms of 1959, including Fibber McGee and Molly, and the Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.
We wrap up 1958's sitcoms and move into 1959, including second runs for Ann Sothern and George Burns.
1957’s sitcoms flow into 1958, with a minor sitcom sandwiched between two titans—Leave It to Beaver and The Donna Reed Show.
We continue with 1957’s sitcoms, including Bachelor Father and the Real McCoys.